I'm Sam
People Finder".

Ever wondered why you’re asked for your name, address, and email when you go into a popular soap & candle store while making an $8.00 purchase? They will tell you it’s because they want to send you shopping discounts, or in the event you lose your receipt they have your information for the return. Neither of such are incorrect, but another underlying factor is they’re selling your information.

Been on a website lately, or made an online purchase that required you click a consent button before checkout? Ever read this consent? Of course not, who has the time, or inclination to read pages of small type when making a quick purchase? These consents bank on such, then they bank again by selling your information. They now have your name, current address, and you clicked to say it’s ok to sell such.
I was in a popular designer outlet store not long ago, and overhead the cashier ask the person in front of me for her name, address, “and” date of birth, which she happily provided. What possible reason would this company need a DOB to purchase a garment? Because they’re sell that information.

Let’s hit more; you go into a popular mailbox service to send a package. You provide them your name address, and you provide the name, and address of the person you’re mailing it too. Now they have your information, and can tie you into your associates. See how easy that is to build profiles?
Email list, phone number list, address list is hugely profitable for businesses, and even government agencies. A recent report by an ABC News correspondent found that Department of Motor Vehicles in all states make upwards of 50+ Million Dollars a year selling information to marketing firms, bill collectors, insurance companies, and data brokers.

WHAT MAKES MY LOCATE SERVICE DIFFERENT? Have you already tried one of 30+ companies that pop up from a web search trying to locate someone? It’s a rather entertaining process. You have a bunch of moving graphs, and they’re searching through billions of records, the person you’re search for “may” have some criminal records, and they “might” be in financial ruin. According to one very popular site, Bugs Bunny “could” have been sentenced to prison recently, and has assets worth over $709,000.00.

This is a very unregulated area of business. None of these companies are registered in any state as a Licensed Private Detective, as they would then be forced to follow certain guidelines and limit their claims.

One of the more popular locate services you’ll find has a disclaimer on their website homepage that states “CAUTION: Results may contain information that might shock you, so prepare yourself for the unexpected”.. They’re baiting you to keep going through their ridiculous maze of moving graphs, spinning circles, and flashing colors giving the impression they’re unearthing all this terrible information about the person you’re seeking. This nothing more then clever marketing that nets these companies millions of dollars for outdated information.

Here’s another one from a popular online person search website: Our premium report (the one that cost 79.95) “might” contain comments by people who know this person you're seeking, and could be shocking, embarrassing, and unfiltered. However, when I went ahead and ordered this premium report, surprise, surprise, there were none. Familiar with the word clickbait? This is a great example of such. You may wonder why my fees are $125.00 while others are say $3.00? It’s not because I’m rich, I promise. Familiar with the term, you get what you pay for? Buying information as described above to resell to the public is very expensive. Buying accurate "real" updated information is even more so, and it’s basically breaks down like this. Companies that are charging very minimal monies are purchasing the information from much smaller data brokers, and just important they’re doing so on a limited basis. Meaning they might only buy from a Junior Varsity Data Services once a year, whereas I’m updating from Superstar Varsity Data Services every 30 days. I'm using many of the same trade resources Police Departments use.

Much more expensive to do the latter, but also way more accurate. If you’re here reading this, the reason must be is you want to find someone, and you want the data to be accurate. There’s the cost difference. Reading to get started, just fill out my form below.



Do a search and you’ll find many huge companies advertising all over the internet for locating people, background info, etc. Some of these companies even advertise on TV, so they must be legit right? LOL.  Do a search using your favorite cartoon character, the more ridiculous the name the better. See what comes up. It’s nothing more then outdated, or made up garbage for the purpose of baiting you with a nominal fee, then working to sign you up for a self renewing monthly service. 

Myself along with my small team personally do each search.  We are not running 1000’s of these each week, thus allowing us the ability to provide our customers with a boutique personal service that gets the real information for a single price.


In some cases I get a request to send a licensed surveillance professional to the location we obtain to see the happenings at such.  I can provide a State Licensed investigator for you in Texas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Maryland, South Carolina, Virginia, & Tennessee